1. What are idioms? - They are commonly-used expressions with special meanings. 2. How can we say this sentence, “two heads are better than one” in Korean? - 백지장도 맞들면 낫다.
3. When do you think your hair raises? • When I am frightened (afraid).
True or False 4. Dave and I became good friends through the hair-raising experience. • T 5. The reason why I lead Dave by the nose away from the TV, he did not concentrate on the homework. - T
6. The idiom, “a hair-raising experience” is not based on a scientific fact. • F 7. Understanding idioms is not helpful for you to learn the language. - F
8. 다음 중 본문의 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은? ① Idioms are commonly-used expressions with special meanings. ② I went to an amusement park with Dave to break the ice. ③ Scientists don’t believe in hair-raising experiences. ④ People have hair-raising experience when they are afraid. ⑤ A sudden frightening experience makes your hair rise.
True or False 1.The idiom, ‘break the ice’ began with boatmen who worked on the Thames. • T 2. Boatmen didn’t have to free their boats from the ice. - F
True or False 3. The idiom, ‘In one ear and out the other’ means to hear something without listening. • T 4.The animal related to the idiom, ‘lead by the nose’ is a bull. - T
5. What is the meaning of ‘breaking the ice’? - It means clearing the way to get to know a person. 6.When you hear something without listening, what idiom can be used? - In one ear and out the other.
7. What is an easy way that people found to lead bulls? - It is to put a ring in the animal’s nose and tied a rope to the ring so that they could move it.
ice To break the _________ with my new classmate, I went to an amusement park with him. We went into the ghost house, and let me tell you, it was a _______________ experience. Yesterday Dave and I did math homework together, but he was concentrating on a TV show. So everything I said to him went ______ one ear and _____ the other. The only thing I could do was to lead him by the _______ away from the TV. hair-raising in out nose
Lesson 10. Grammar 11-3,4
1. 수지는 어머니의 생신을 위해 꽃을 샀다고 한다. It is said that 2. 그 영화는 환상적이라고 한다. 녿 It is said that Suji bought flowers for her mother’s birthday. the movie is fantastic.
Paul bought a big bag so that he could carry all his books. = Paul bought a big bag in order to carry all his books. = Paul bought a big bag in order that he could carry all his books.
go home 1. You may go home if you want to. ( ) 2. A woman can be a pilot if she decides to ( ). be a pilot
if you want to 1. 네가 원한다면 커피를 마셔도 좋다. You may drink coffee 2. 하기 싫으면 하지 마라. 녿 Don’t do it if you don’t want to.